“They are all very strong dogs. Every one of them runs on. They are not brilliant early, but they all run on. Both of the dogs I have in on Sunday have won up the straight, but just break 20 seconds there.
“Their lack of speed at the start holds them back from being very good performers at Capalaba.”
Clegg, a recently retired medico, says he is very enthusiastic about his involvement with the club as Chairman.
“The Capalaba club is going absolute gang busters,” Clegg said.
“Erin Cameron, the club’s track manager and secretary, has done such a fabulous job. She has put together this team of staff that complement each other, do great work and everything just runs so smoothly.”
Clegg said the timing was right for him to become involved in the club’s administration.
“I have had a decades long association in thoroughbreds and greyhound racing,” Clegg said.
“I believe that at 74 my time as a trainer is limited.